This is a good commentary on increasing your Twitter Following. Check it out, written by a friend on Empire Ave. If you haven’t joined the Ave this is another way to increase followers and social media following.
Originally posted on Libdrone's Thoughts and Musings:
My friends who have come to know me almost certainly will not be surprised that this article really doesn’t tell you how to to what the title suggests. My experienced blogger buddies of course will recognize the title as a clever come on. And my real friends on Twitter will be either amused or enlightened by what I want to share with you today. (If they’re annoyed and #unfollow me, they were never my friends. No great loss.)
The other day when I visited my friend Hajra’s guest post I couldn’t help but notice that it was on a blog that I would call too slick for it’s own good. While it is not true that every blog out there that has the latest hot theme, all the latest widgets and a slick design that screams ME TOO! is filled with crappy writing that is not worth reading, the fact is that the Slick Me Too is more often than not a sure sign there is no good writing on the site. I’m a little embarrassed to admit this, but by and large if I happen upon a site that looks Slick Me Too, I may not even glance at the posts and give them a chance. Bloggers need to realize that they often have only seconds to make a good impression and draw the reader in. You may notice that I have a very spare theme on this blog. I don’t have anything that flashes, and this theme has been optimized to display well on mobile devices.
And finally today, since I don’t want anyone to be too sore at me for drawing them here with promises of exploding Twitter tips, I will make three suggestions for growing your Twitter following: